When searching for an apartment, your rental dollar can stretch a lot further depending on where you choose to live. The old real estate motto of “location, location, location” also rings true in the rental market, and depending on which stage you are in life, your apartment needs may vary. This is why we decided to use our Apartments.com data to pinpoint where and what apartment shoppers can rent for $1,000 or less in various parts of the country. Whether or not you are looking to move to a big city, seeking out the best deal, choosing which college to attend or relocating for a job in government, we've got your bases covered.
While it should come as no big surprise rents vary greatly when comparing major metropolitan cities like New York City and San Francisco against Tallahassee, FL and Springfield, MO, there can also be significant differences when looking at neighborhoods. When searching for an apartment, it can often be useful to cast a wider net; exploring smaller cities and niche neighborhoods, especially within the bigger metro areas.
Check out the infographic below to see what you can rent for $1,000 when pitting popular cities, neighborhoods, state capitals and college towns against one another as well as where the best rental deals can be found.
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For more information on this analysis, please read our press release.